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@@ fighting among drew peterson is attorneys now has a convicted murderer asking for a new trial and the reason is a lousy legal counsel. our top story seen around the world tonight. dan ponce is sorting out the legal team's latest trauma. >> we saw the drew peterson store was winding down another bizarre twist he now has two new defense attorneys today they filed a motion asking for a new trial claiming joe brodsky was unprepared and incompetent. the motion for a new trial filed today at will county is based on ineffective assistance of drew peterson said defense attorney joe brodsky it claims he repeatedly lied to drew peterson and encouraged peterson to see as much publicity as possible. everyone deserves an experience. joe brodsky made several key mistakes during the trial especially his decision to call kathleen savio attorney terry smith to the witness stand motions claim that peterson never suggested or authorize that suggestion. the motion also cites the fighting within petersons defense team mainly between shoal brodsky and steve greenberg that is in a letter dated se
. >> still to come, drew peterson is back in court and a major shake-up in the legal team for the convicted murderer. >> ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the way it moves. the way it cleans. everything about the oral-b power brush is simply revolutionary. oral-b power brushes oscillate, rotate and even pulsate to gently loosen and break up that sticky plaque with more brush movements than manual brushes and even up to 50% more than leading sonic technology brushes for a superior clean. oral-b power brushes. go to oralb.com for the latest offers. millions of people from maine to the carolinas are without power this morning. 33 deaths are blamed on the storm. president obama has declared a major disaster exists in the states of new york and new jersey. york's subway is likely to be out of service for another four-five days due to flooding. new jersey gov. chris christie said the devastation on the jersey shore is some of the worst they have ever seen. >> president obama was scheduled to share the podium with former president bill clinton. vice p
, new york; dr. candace peterson, associate scientist, evaluation shared service, university of wisconsin population health institute, madison, wisconsin. dr. clark, what does research to practice mean and what does it mean for a methodology or a practice to be evidence-based? research to practice is a concept that captures the evolvement in the research community with regard to various aspects of, in this case, substance abuse or mental health care in an effort to increase the ability to positively affect the individual who's affected by it. so, evidence-based, then, is mobilizing administrative, clinical, and research information to enhance the quality of care and the effectiveness of care in order to produce the best outcomes associated with providing care, so when people present for care they're getting the best care possible. and, tom, in the field, how much of this is going on? what is the percentage of people that actually do evidence-based practice? well, it's a good question. as dr. clark said, nobody can argue that you need more evidence for the things that you do.
will be held for three members of friends and family killed in a murder-suicide. captain peterson and her son and son christopher both found dead. father albert peterson shot and killed his wife and children and then killed himself. katharine peterson and her sons. john's church in reston is and athe vigil will be tomorrow.ll be there >> several local schools are taking part in international school that. it's to encourage more families of their cars and on their feet to enjoy the benefits of walking and bicycling to school. >> the health care and the restaurant industries may be the place to be if you are looking for work. and u.s. workers are feeling aboutle more confident the nation's jobs outlook. >> that is good news. 41% of respondents who lost jobs recently are jobmistic they will find a in the next six months. those with jobs say concerns possibility of being off is down 17%. the health-care industry is a choice as the baby boom generation ages. job postings for positions registered nurse to 13%ysical therapist rose of 2011 through june of this year. do get paid pretty well, but lower-
history. it is my honor to. >> >> call upon summer peterson who is in the audience and if she can please come up, and i think supervisor kim and i were trying to figure out if technically she's still a resident in district six or district nine with redistricting, but summer peterson is the owner of the amazing mission bowling club which is a fabulous establishment in the mission and what is incredible about summer is that she has a incredible facility and those that are into bowling i hope you get an opportunity to visit and it's a fabulous space, but her commitment to the community is unwavering, and i just wanted to share a story that i share with my office by the community response network crn which does a lot of violence prevention work working with youth who are at risk, if you will, and the story goes that there were a number of young people who were sort of hanging out outside of the bowling club, and when something likes that happens youth, kids look a certain way. what sometimes happens is the establishment gets worried and responds by calling the police. in this case summer muc
murderer drew peterson is back in court today. where he may get a new lawyer to appeal his guilty verdict. peterson was convicted last month of killing his third wife kathleen savio. attorney john paul carroll filed a motion requesting today's hearing. he claims peterson hired him to handle his appeal. but, peterson's current lead attorney, joel brodsky, insists carroll will represent the former bolingbrook police officer only on a pension matter. we spoke with brodsky this morning as he headed into the courthouse: yesterday, drew peterson was able to attend his mother's funeral in darien. his mother passed away on monday at the age of 84. >> he started out in new york. his plan was to raise $15 million for a community center. he said he has learned a lot about people. >> people are compassionate but they're just not aware sometimes. i've met a lot of wonderful people across america. >> he raised half a million dollars >> 22% said they have no strong opinion either way. vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan agree on very little during last night's contentious debate. >>v
in jail since his arrest. convicted murderer drew peterson appeared in court today he said his longtime attorney jewel brodsky is his attorney the court hearing that came about said they were going to represent him in the appeal of the murder conviction of his third wife more on this story now. the band is back together again says defense attorney joe brodsky but some of the band members he acknowledges need to learn how to get along another defense team has sentenced to intervene. carroll maintained that peterson gave him the ok to move forward but brodsky said that was not the case. but he said that he never gave carroll the green light. miss gonzalez needs to seek some serious mental health because she obviously needs a because she makes stuff up. his testimony jurors say it was a deciding factor in fighting peterson guilty.finding peterson guilty. their bottom feeders are obsessed. greenberg was of the defense team but now he is back on it's not about anybody's ego or anybody calling each other names it's about helping drew go through this very very difficult price process right no
incredible pictures from ourlater on in the broadcast. coming up drew peterson attorney drama why joe brodsky is not pulling himself off of that case. conflicting testimony in the civil case of a former chicago police officer who brutally beat a bartender videos seen around the world. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ howling ] era laundry detergent once stomped a stain with such power, [ rumbling, crowd screaming ] the results could be felt around the world. twice the stain fighting power as the leading liquid value brand. era detergent. a lot of fight for a little dough. drew peterson is now appealing his conviction without his attorney. we are told why. >> he was not discharged, he stepped down on his own, i applaud him for that. drew peterson still attorney says it's a matter of doing what is best for the client as he tries to appeal the murder conviction of his third wife kathleen savio talking to reporters outside the courthouse rocky says when he told peterson he was dropping out the ball rolling it broke police sgt voiced concern. th
surprise. joining me now is james peterson, professional professor and contributor to thegrio.com. thanks for being here tonight. >> thank you. >> ana marie, this was the big bombshell that wasn't. but what do you say to the right wing in this election? >> you've mentioned it. it screams desperation. it's a 2007 surprise. their timing is off, to say the least. i always knew that the gop wanted to turn the clock back in america but i thought they were going to turn it back a little further than 2007. 2007 seems pretty recent to me. actually, i was watching fox last night with a civilian friend of mine who happens to be conservative and he was very excited to see this tape and when it came on, he looked a little -- he was interested and watching it and said, wait main, it looks like he's giving that speech in front of an audience. so, wait, so he gave it in public? and so i don't think this is actually working with real people out there. >> not only did he give it in public, the press was there. he was announced candidate for president, mr. peterson, dr. peterson. >> yes. >> you laughed. th
francisco zoo, miss tania peterson. >> and now, ladies and gentlemen, let's please welcome unico, ceo mr. tabashi yani. [ applause ] >> and last, but not least, please welcome unico usa chief operating officer, mr. pani... [ applause ] >> at this time, i would like to ask unico ceo, mr. yani to give us a few opening remarks. >> mr. yani please. >> good morning, everyone. yeah, i am now so much excited because of for the opening soon and also i would like to express my personal experience 45 years ago i was 18 years. i passed 15 this usa, in san francisco, is my past experience to around here. and also, i much say, i am a 49er. [ cheers ] >> because i was born 49 year, and also, for each century, do you know, today, today is a day, you know, today is steve jobs passed away, one year ago. i give steve jobs so much and this is a place of innovation, i try to make innovation here for us today. thank you very much for listening. thank you. [ applause ] >> thank you, very much. >> may i now ask mayor lee for a response, please? >> thank you. and mr. yuni thank you and welcome to san francisco,
.'s family members and friends your last night for petersons. her husband albert killed his taking his own life. funeral is at 10:00 a.m. in reston. >> important news for job- seekers. job fair today in arlington 10:30 until 2:00 p.m. at on north fortn at. drive jobs will be available in maintenance, retail, and more. fever.izing bieber >> and now more from linda bell. users,all the facebook feed may be full of postings covering last night's debate. maybe you have a special message that you think warrants attention. if you got engaged or you are holding a garage sale, now you chance to bump it up at your friends news feeds, but at a price. . $7 per it's another way for facebook to revenue. -- $7 per post. the associated press says a web $1e that may have to pay violating a child collectedw because it details and that names, e-mail, home addresses, and cell phone numbers for more than 100,000 children aged 12 and under for web sites such as bieber fever.com. if your candidate loses the election, maybe get free trip out of the country. that's in my next hour. linda bell reporting for abc 7 n
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: but jim and shirley peterson ignored their instincts because they implicitly trusted the people urging them to invest in a sure fire deal. >> they were our friends our best friends. and the main thing was, we had an insurance policy by the california bar association. >> and they said the principal was insured, you know. >> so we couldn't lose. >> reporter: or so they thought. >> your best friends can get you into a lot of trouble. >> reporter: the petersons, who once fancied themselves financially savvy, are now sharing their story. >> they showed us their books. >> reporter: because they believe that if it could happen to them, investor fraud could happen to anyone. >> in the last 18 months, the united states attorneys have handled cases against 800 defendants in investor fraud cases involving losses of more than $20 billion. >> reporter: and u.s. attorney melinda hague says many of the 100,000 victims are retirees, for the same reason crooks rob banks they are now targeting retirement accounts, they go where the money is. >> some of the best deals are the deals you don't make. >> re
.and won't leave. leave. heidi peterson always dreamed of liiing in a historic home. in may of detroit's bostoo-edisoo district for $23,000. after being away for a year, house lass week and found a apparently been there for a petersonndo?she moved in anyway.... with her one year old daughter. peterson says: "" hooggt if phe hhuse is not safe, how can &pthere's an issue with that. but should i lose my house too p squatter because i don't have rights to mm property or should fight to get it back." p3 a squatter doesn't have a legal rrght to the property, but under the law the homeowner cannot remove a squatter by force. in most cases, the homeowner has to evict the squatter. and3 &pthat is what peterson is trying to doo p pennsylvanii's... public... employee pension... system... has... moved to... revoke... jjrry sandusky's pensiin.../ after... in... tte... child... ssx abuse ... scand. pcandaal..//. the... p state... employees' sandusky today...// thaa,,, is crimes... triggeeed... áforfeitureá... of... hhs pens
these video games ever wear. it is still banned in several areas. drew peterson's new attorneys are calling for a new trial. the new attorneys are john paul carroll and michelle gonzalez. they met with peterson soon after his conviction last month for the murder of his third wife, kathleen savio. they believe he deserves a new trial because he did not receive adequate representation from joel brodsky. we reached out to brodsky today. he refused a request for an interview, but he told the tribune the new attorneys were not authorized to file any motions. peterson is scheduled to be sentenced for murder on november 26th. republican congressman joe walsh and democrat tammy duckworth face-off in their race in the eighth district. they debated everything from social security and taxes to defense cuts and president obama's health care law. in front of a thousand people in rolling meadows. >>are you going to vote for someone who is going to do the hard work or someone who is more of the same? duckworth accused walsh of voting against the interests of his own constituents. walsh called duckworth a
panel now. with us from atlanta, mayor kasim reed, and in philadelphia, professor james peterson of lehigh university. gentlemen, i'd like both of you to respond to this statement today from the president who visited the red cross in washington. take a listen. >> the red cross know what is they're doing. they're in close contact with federal, state, and local officials. they will make sure that we get the resources to those families as swiftly as possible. >> mayor reed, so the red cross know what is it's doing. did you detect, perhaps, a subtle dig on mr. romney who spent today going against the guidelines established by the red cross and holding a campaign rally in ohio that was dressed up like a charity drive collecting food and other supplies when the red cross expressly asked people not to do that? >> well, what i think the president was doing was being commander in chief, and he continues to distinguish himself as someone who is focused on the needs of everyday americans, and this is more important to him even than the presidency. that's why he's going to be traveling to th
of showers. fiftys tomorrow with partly cloudy skies. we have 58 in peterson and warmest east of the bay area. black hawk and in dan vail. upper 60s and 67 down from 75 today and so degrees below average in san francisco. slight chance of rain showers on tuesday and wednesday. it's vern glenn in the house. >> forty-nineers for the hammer and tonights the giants for the nail. how do they feel about dusty baker tonight? vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two mo
. >> reporter: but jim and shirley peterson ignored their instincts because they implicitly trusted the people urging them to invest in a sure fire deal. >> they were our friends our best friends. and the main thing was, we had an insurance policy by the california bar association. >> and they said the principal was insured, you know. >> so we couldn't lose. >> reporter: or so they thought. >> your best friends can get you into a lot of trouble. >> reporter: the petersons, who once fancied themselves financially savvy, are now sharing their story. >> they showed us their books. >> reporter: because they believe that if it could happen to them, investor fraud could happen to anyone. >> in the last 18 months, the united states attorneys have handled cases against 800 defendants in investor fraud cases involving losses of more than $20 billion. >> reporter: and u.s. attorney melinda haag says many of the 100,000 victims are retirees. for the same reason crooks rob banks they are now targeting retirement accounts, they go where the money is. >> some of the best deals are the deals you don't make.
, msnbc contributor jimy williams, and professor james peterson, director of african studies at lehigh university. dr. peterson, we have an update on paul ryan's trip to the soup kitchen this week. as you know, mr. ryan visited a soup kitchen in youngstown, ohio, and did a photo-on-there despite its policy against political affiliations. they have that policy for fear of losing donations, and now the manager of that facility says this is exactly what's happening. he tells the hutchington post there's been a substantial backlash following mr. ryan's photo-o photo-op. i guess now we know how much damage a ryan photo-op can do. >> they kind of thugged their way into the photo-op and people have a low tolerance now for politicians that are really just not authentic, and this is as inauthentic as you can be. a photo-op where you can't even stay around, talk to the folk. you can't help serve the food. >> there weren't any folk there. there weren't any folk there. >> even the people who staff the place. i mean, the idea that a politician would come in and do a hit and run photo-op like this i
. >> you are watching abc 7 news peterson,rdon doug hill.yan, >> facebook has it's a monster milestone. mark zuckerberg made the announcement today but of ofting his facebook status the information. one in seven people in the world is now on facebook. the district of columbia is wrap up itsy to presence at the s head into the postseason. spend $76,000ll security and traffic control. up toame could bring in froma million dollars hotels and restaurants taxes. for thegood news economy. more americans are paying their credit cards on time. credit card delinquencies have 11-year low. -- a report found that less than 3% of bank card were overdue by 30 days or more. are saving more money l they paying last fal their debt. >> it is that time of year when starting to come states. united this is north dakota. snow is not unusual there at time of year. as much as 10 inches of snow north dakotaastern today. >> that is called a recess. >> that is called summer. >> a lot of lees were still out there. some spots had 10 -- leaves still out there. spots had 10 inches of snow. >> that is not on the way
in washington, msnbc political analyst karen finney and bethleh bethlehem, pennsylvania, professor peterson and joy reid in new york, managing editor. this is the second time in a matter of weeks that a republican candidate for the house, in this case the senate, sorry, has had to clarify that rape is a bad thing. can i just say for the sake of our viewers, rape is a horrifying crime. these people talk about rape as if they're selecting a cupcake from magnolia bakery. what's going on? >> yes, no it's interesting. richard mourdock said he thought about it a long time. how long did he think about it is? i've known victims of sexual abuse. you never overcome it. it's murder of the soul. you're talking about women who are traumatized. men are raped as well but women are traumatized so deeply that for these men to, i don't care how long you thought about it. you're saying to that woman or girl, children, 13, 14-year-old girls saying well now the state is going to use its awesome power to make you have the baby. >> every single week i'm hearing people use that term for political purposes. is it n
professor james peterson of lehigh university. karen, if i can start with you, mr. sununu has distinguished himself as a co-chair of the romney campaign by being a sulfurous mass of sweat, bitterness, and halitosis, but isn't he using race here simply to get us away from the stark truth, the truth, that general powell believes mitt romney doesn't have a single policy that's worthy of support? >> absolutely, and we've actually seen this before. remember earlier in the campaign they tried to marginalize bill clinton when they recognize what an impact he was having. let's be very clear, john sununu left the federal government in disgrace. colin powell is one of our most decorated american heroes. he is a statesman in this country. he is well-respected not only in the private and public sector, he's respected and beloved by people who are white, black, pink, brown, male, female, if you're in the service, not -- >> he's respected around the world. he's respected around the world. >> oh, you know, martin, i'm just trying to stick to our little old country here. >> okay. >> but point being, when g
pike is with real clear politics and james peterson is a lehie professor and grio kpri t contributor. erin, is ohio pretty much obama territory now? >> we think that it is. and all of the national -- or excuse me, the ohio public polls show that, yes, president obama is leading. he lost a little bit of ground, but he's made that back up again. one thing i would point out, chris, is that the obama campaign is seeing very different internal polling than the republicomney campaign is s is. republicans told me earlier this week that last week, their polls showed mitt romney up four to five points in ohio. by monday, mitt romney was leading president obama in these ohio republican internal polls by just one point. they've seen his numbers go down. the obama campaign tells me that he's consistently led two to four points in their internal polling. you might say it's spin, but these two campaigns are seeing very different data. >> do you trust these people that are giving you these numbers? are they just giving you numbers, or do you really believe them? which of these people are the most credible when it
ago. barry peterson reports some voters in colorado are fed up. >> romney paid just 14% in taxes last year on over 13 until in income. >> obama wages war on coal while we lose jobs to china. >> they blow everything out of proportion, both sides. >> i push mute. >> reporter: in colorado alone 47 million dollars in five months has been spent by the obama and romney campaigns and groups supporting them. but come november, people here will be able to tell the rest of the nation just how they feel about enduring all those tv ads. >> let me get your e-mail address. >> reporter: he got amendment 65 on the ballot, if passed the state's congressional delegation would be required to propose an amendment to the u.s. constitution limiting campaign contributions and spending. allena nunez is executive director of colorado common cause. >> the result is a democracy that really distorts the voice of ordinary people in favor of those who can write multimillion dollar checks. >> reporter: billionaires would argue they have the same rights, freedom of speech, of anybody else. >> free speech protects ou
that will be accompanying you. doctor peterson will be here very soon to tell you about your evolution, and your surgery schedule for tomorrow morning at 10. >> thank you very much. estoy cansada del viaje. >> oye, ¿quÉ fue lo que dijo? >> ¿por quÉ, tÍa, se te olvidÓ el inglÉs otra vez? >> bueno, con esta edad siempre me confundo. ¿quÉ dijo? >> bueno, nada importante, tÍa, que esta es mi recÁmara, que ese sofa va a ser tÚ cama y que el doctor peterson no tarda en venir para hacerme una evaluaciÓn. ah y que maÑana a las 10 de la maÑana entro a que me den cuchillo. >> ay, nena. oye, ¿y por quÉ no le preguntaste dÓnde estÁ el baÑo? >> tÍa, no hay que saber inglÉs para localizarlo. mira. >> con permiso, con permiso. >> ay, mi cabeza. [mÚsica] [mÚsica] >> un mes. un mes sin usted, licenciada. [telÉfono] >> buenos dÍas, licenciada. >> no, medina, soy yo, suana. >> ¿susana, quÉ hace llamÁndome a esta hora? >> pues solamente cumpliendo Órdenes de alejandra, medina. >> aquÍ le dejo su tÉ. >> muchas gracias. >> voy a darme ronda. >> sÍ, gracias. asÍ que, a ver, prepÁrate, ¿est
't normally have access to this, this will help strengthen these programs. dr. peterson, i want to go to you because you've mentioned some of the issues that the physicians are facing in terms of when they do their screening and so on, and you also mentioned off camera that you were attempting to work with them on motivational interviewing skills. you want to talk a little bit about that? yeah, and i'm speaking from my experience working with trying to implement sbirt into primary healthcare settings and emergency departments or emergency room settings in wisconsin. one of the things that was very difficult in terms of the implementation, one i mentioned earlier, that busy physicians, it's very difficult for them to find time. the very brief screening itself, however, you can do universally to everybody who walks in the office in a very short period of time. pencil and paper are up on a kiosk. that will give you enough information to know what to do with that person next. that, in itself, doesn't take the time, but talking to patients does. in wisconsin, we used paraprofessionals that we tra
peterson with fair fax county government. what is the situation there regarding flooding, power outages and concerns in fair fax? >> let me tell you we wanted to make sure residents of the bellevue new alexandria area knew we were reaching out by phone to make them ready for the possibility of flooding in their neighborhood tomorrow afternoon or evening. this message is for people that live east of the road. west of george washington parkway, south of bell haven road and north of wake forest drive. that this is the area that the county is concerned about that engine nears are monitoring the situation there. should this escalate and again, this would be tomorrow. if flooding was imminent and an evacuation was required, these folks would be called and the public safety personnel would be knocking on the door. >> we have been told earlier in the evening that 23 local roads have been closed in fair fax. does that number stand? are some of those reopened or more roads shut down? >> ire don't have a number of roads which are closed at this time. actually, i do now. that is 38 roads and we
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